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BK interview by Julija Sukys

I’m a member of the Creative Non-Fiction Collective, a group of Canadian non-fiction writers who exchange ideas and information via the Internet, and have started to meet once a year. A Collective member, writer Julija Sukys, has undertaken to interview non-fiction writers who interest her and to publish these extensive interviews on her blog. She read “Finding the Jewish Shakespeare,” and asked to interview me. The result has just gone up on her blog, below.

What a gift to a writer – a reader who reads closely, carefully, with great interest, and asks insightful, lively, probing questions. A spectacular treat. Which led to much, much blather from Beth. Thank you, Julija.

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I began keeping a journal at the age of nine. Nearly fifty years later, I started this online journal, sharing reflections, reviews, updates, and the occasional secret.

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